Every Thursday during Lent (Feb 27 – Apr 9)

In the hall from 2:00-3:00 p.m.

This Year’s Topic: 

Saint Paul’s Letter to the Romans; 

Faithfulness, Torah, and the Covenant People of God

Who was Saint Paul? What did he hope to accomplish with his letter to the Romans? What does it mean to be a part of the new covenant? This study offers a prayerful look at the these resounding questions. Focusing on themes of covenant faithfulness, the Christian’s relationship to Torah, and what it means to be brought into the covenant family of God, this careful and detailed look at Paul’s greatest Epistle will deepen your understanding of God’s word, the context in which it was written, and the work of Christ in our own lives today. 

Come join us in the Parish Hall on Thursday afternoons during Lent from 2:00-3:00pm. There is no cost, and no need to register in advance. Come to as many sessions as you are able— if you miss a session or two, you are still welcome and encouraged to come to the next one! Refreshments are provided

Your Presenter: Nicholas Pollett

Originally hailing from the tropical island of Newfoundland, Nick made his way to the Prairies hopping between Manitoba, Alberta, and ending up in beautiful Saskatoon. Nick studied at Briercrest College earning a BA in Biblical Studies, and is part way into a MA on Biblical Exegesis and Original Languages with an emphasis in New Testament studies. 
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Questions? Comments? Concerns? Queries? Conundrums? Contact Clark at the parish office.